brain development

Support brain development in ways that have long term benefits for academics and personal well-being, include these activities in your daily routine.
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A baby’s brain is developing the most rapidly during the first three years of life. During this critical period of development, a baby’s brain is producing more than a million neural connections each second.
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We do not need to spend tons of time and money preparing sensory activities! Chances are you have things around the house to create fun sensory opportunities for children.
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The first years of a child’s life can have a profound impact on future learning, behavior and overall well-being. The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (ACEs) revealed that childhood trauma is common and can have a huge impact on future behaviors and health outcomes.
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Brain development is one of the most important features of early childhood. Brain building is at the heart of what we do as caregivers, parents and adults who interact with children.
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News


Posted by ICCRR in News on 12/3/2019
Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR&R) is pleased to announce the launch of the Communities of Practice webpage, designed to share child care business networking improvement efforts by posting opportunities to engage with peers and connect with Child Care Consultants and their resources.
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Posted by ICCRR in News on 11/6/2019
Iowa CCR&R co-sponsored webinar trainings for Iowa child care businesses.
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